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A Man and His Music - William Price King meets Natalie Cole - The Early Years

Welcome to the new series by William Price King and having enjoyed the wonderful artistry of her father Nat King Cole over the last few weeks, we are now going to be following the story and career of his daughter… 1,521 more words

Music

Natalie Cole - This Will Be b/w Joey (1975)

“This Will Be” is a 1975 R&B/Soul song performed by American singer Natalie Cole and composed by Chuck Jackson and Marvin Yancy. Often appended with “(An Everlasting Love)” but not released as such, this was Natalie Cole’s debut single released in April of 1975 and one of her biggest hits, becoming a number-one R&B and number-six pop smash in the U.S. 143 more words

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Prince, "His Royal Purpleness"

The world lost more of it’s greatness today when “His Royal Purpleness” took his last breath. Today the world mourns the death of “Prince” one of the greatest musical geniuses of all time. 626 more words

A Blog A Day

Natalie Cole Leaves Money To Her Friends

Natalie Cole was really a sweet woman. Not only did she remember her family members in her will, but also her close friends in.

TMZ obtained a copy of Natalie’s will, which lists $1.3 million in assets. 71 more words

Entertainment News

Flashback to 1992: The “Unforgettable” Natalie Cole

If history has a way of repeating itself, the Tuesday Night Flashback just might give us a glimpse into the future. Each Tuesday we like to take you down memory lane and tonight the year is 1992. 203 more words

Love And R&B

Flashback to 1992: The “Unforgettable” Natalie Cole

If history has a way of repeating itself, the Tuesday Night Flashback just might give us a glimpse into the future. Each Tuesday we like to take you down memory lane and tonight the year is 1992. 203 more words

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Flashback to 1992: The “Unforgettable” Natalie Cole

If history has a way of repeating itself, the Tuesday Night Flashback just might give us a glimpse into the future. Each Tuesday we like to take you down memory lane and tonight the year is 1992. 203 more words

Hillary Clinton